Tropical Cyclone Seroja rips through Kalbarri

Kalbarri bore the brunt of Tropical Cyclone Seroja. PIC: 7NEWS

Tropical Cyclone Seroja has left a path of destruction across Western Australia's mid-west coast with emergency services assessing the damage this morning.

Seroja was at a category three when it hit the coastal town of Kalbarri around 7pm on Sunday.

Winds gusts of up to 170km/h ripped roofs from homes, uprooted trees and sent fences flying.

Seroja then made its way to Geraldton before weakening to a category two system as it moved further inland.

The ex-cyclone has now been downgraded to a tropical low but is still likely to continue to bring damaging winds and heavy rain.

Emergency services have received more than 175 calls for help so far, with most of those coming from Kalbarri.

Around 31,500 customers are currently without power.

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